Nationals agree to net-zero and win extra cabinet spot in the negotiations
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Bridget McKenzie on the need for the Nationals to be noisy.
Michelle Grattan speaks with MP Bridget McKenzie about the Nationals, climate negotiations and her reflections on the sports rort affair
University of Canberra Professional Fellow Michelle Grattan and University of Canberra Associate Professor Caroline Fisher discuss the week in politics
As the Liberal and National parties attempt to agree to net zero, Barnaby Joyce needs to find a way to sell a policy to his electorate that he doesn’t believe in
Word from The Hill: Mustering the government’s rural rump into the 2050 tent.
Michelle Grattan discusses politics with politics + society editor, Amanda Dunn
Barnaby Joyce on net zero 2050, a coal-fired power station – and how resources is (sort of) in cabinet.
Michelle Grattan discusses net zero 2050, coal power, regional women, and the Nationals' new cabinet with Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce
The new deputy prime minister is the latest in a long line of leaders in modern Australia who have prioritised style over substance.
One central reason why the Nationals have installed Barnaby Joyce, with all the risks and baggage he carries, is because they want someone who’ll stand up to Scott Morrison, writes Michelle Grattan
Barnaby Joyce has blasted Michael McCormack out to seize back his old job of Nationals leader, and now assumes the role of deputy prime minister.
The Nationals are in fresh chaos, with Michael McCormack’s leadership under intense pressure, as the parliament begins its last week before the winter recess.
University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and University of Canberra Assistant Professor Caroline Fisher discuss the week in politics.
David Littleproud on The Nationals and net zero.
Michelle Grattan discusses the National party's feelings towards a 2050 carbon neutral goal with deputy leader David Littleproud.
The cheaper fee band of the Job-ready Graduates legislation will now feature psychology and social work.